Argumentative Texts: Recognising and Creating Expositions, Responses and Discussions
The final book in the series introduces students to three text types. The students are shown examples of expositions, responses and discussions. All of these texts are topical, clearly presented and engagingly illustrated. Students are encouraged to read each text type carefully, respond to them and identify their special features. Cleverly constructed activities which are outcome linked guide students to plan and write their own five text types. This series is highly recommended for any teacher teaching English in upper primary or lower secondary school. Includes photocopy masters.
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